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How to Make DIY Wooden Frame for Litecoin/Dogecoin Rig!

Well, it’s been a very long time since my last post but I am back, better than ever!

I took a 3-week trip to South Korea in January to see my parents and during that time I couldn’t wait to build rigs again.  But during that 3-week off, I did a whole lot of research on how to make even more efficient litecoin rigs than using milk crates.

First, I considered using square aluminum tubing, which some of the miners are using but the cost of using aluminum was a bit too much (near $50 range) and also aluminum conducts electricity, not really the best choice.


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22Mh/s Litecoin Rig Cooling Using Duct Fans!

Here’s a quick update on my Litecoin crate rigs.  When I first started running rigs, I have them all over my house, which resulted in my house warming up from the normal 70 degrees fahrenheit to near 80 degrees fahrenheit.

Well, I did upgrade electricity in my garage couple weeks back and moved all my rigs into my garage now and for awhile it was doing fine.  When I started adding more rigs to my garage, my garage started feeling like Thailand (yes, that country between earth and the sun)!

Since I live few blocks away from the Pacific Ocean here in SF Bay Area,

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How to Build Crate Litecoin Rig with 5 or 6 Graphic Cards!

To maximize your Litecoin rig and also to get the most out of your dollar (bang for your dollar), you will want to build your Litecoin rig out of something like a milk crate and put as many graphic cards on it.

The maximum number of graphic cards you can put on a motherboard currently is around 6 so you don’t have to build 2 machines when you can do it with one.

In this step-by-step tutorial, I will show you how to make such a crate-based Litecoin rig out of a milk crate with 5 graphic cards.  (You can also put 6 graphic cards, depending on what graphic cards you use.)

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